Become a leading researcher in the public health and care research domain
The public health and care research leadership programme is designed to support future leaders in the field of public health and care research to become excellent leaders with a mission.
You do not only learn a higher level of leadership skills, but learn how to apply them in your specific field of research. Being a leader in the field of public health and care research requires more than being a good leader, and it requires more than being a good scientist, it requires a combination where you have competences concerning content, but also knowledge, skills and tools to understand and manage the context.
All communication and documentation regarding the programme is in English.
Investment: € 8500 for the whole 2-year programme, including all materials and catering, excluding lodging and travel cost.
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Other work formats in the programme are:
The next edition, cohort 3, starts in July 2023 in Cambridge.
Registration fee for the total programme is €8,500. Overnight stays (€80 –€125 per night) are not included.
MODULE 1 MODULE 2
Leading yourself and others Entrepreneurial mindset
MODULE 3 MODULE 4
Leading change Building teams, navigating the network
If you are a postdoc or assistant professor in public health and care research with the ambition to improve your knowledge and skills to become a leading researcher, this learning trajectory is a perfect match with you!
You have several years experience with leading a group of researchers or supervising PhD students.
Provisions for admission:
You can apply by sending an email to care firstname.lastname@example.org. A selection committee will review your application.
The mission of The Netherlands School of Public Health and Care Research concerns: contributing to better health and health care through high quality training of young researchers and multidisciplinary cooperation between excellent research institutes in the field of primary health care, public health research and health policy research, focused on the development and implementation of new scientific knowledge in these fields.
This mission is shared by the four participating research institutes of CaRe, i.e. CAPHRI (Care And Public Health Research Institute) of Maastricht University, RIHS (Radboud Institute for Health Sciences) of the Radboud university medical centre, APH (Amsterdam Public Health research institute) of the VUmc, AMC, VU and UvA in Amsterdam, and Nivel (Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research) in Utrecht.
It is the ambition of CaRe to further develop its work according to its mission statement, taking into account a rapidly changing health care situation, due to demographic developments, societal changes, advancing technology and an increase in chronic diseases and multimorbidity. High quality health care should conform to requirements regarding effectiveness (evidence-based), efficiency, patient centredness, safety, timeliness and equity. The combination of expertise, available at the CaRe partners, and the accessibility to valuable international networks, provides the right basis for realising the mission statement.